New Nioh 2 Trailer Shows Off the "Misery and Madness of Endless War" - Prima Games

New Nioh 2 Trailer Shows Off the “Misery and Madness of Endless War”

by Liana Ruppert

A brand new Nioh 2 trailer has been released for PlayStation 4 fans to enjoy and the latest inside look paints a very hopeless and bleak picture when diving into the true nature and consequences of war. 

For those that are fans of the first game, the combat will definitely resonate as seen in the new story trailer, though it looks like the studio is definitely upping the angst ante when it comes to Nioh’s highly anticipated prequel.  

“Master the lethal arts of the samurai as a mysterious half-human, half-supernatural Yokai warrior, in this challenging action RPG sequel,” boasts the game’s description. “Explore violent Sengoku-era Japan and the deadly Dark Realm, both plagued with grotesque, merciless demons.”

We’re excited to see where this series goes because the first one was pure magic. From the incredibly satisfying combat to the amazing storyline – everything about Nioh was a perfect blend to draw gamers in and looks like the sequel is going to have what it takes to continue on that same path of enjoyment. 

Excited to get your hands on Nioh 2 on March 13, 2020? Sound off with what you hope to see from the sequel by hitting us up over on Twitter @PrimaGames! Since Nioh 2 is a prequel, you can learn about the game’s predessor below as well while we await the new game’s launch: 

“To triumph you’ll need patience, to learn where each foe – human or demon – is strong, and when to strike at their weaknesses. Embrace the way of the samurai to master the deep, rewarding combat system and relish every hard-fought victory.”

  • Master every fighting style – learn the flow of combat and move with precision. Unleash combinations of attacks and dodges specific to a range of authentic samurai weapons, including polearms, katanas and axes.
  • Explore a fantastical and dark vision of 16th century Japan – fight alongside and against legendary heroes and villains of the Sengoku period.
  • Face brutal and grotesque enemies – standalone against skilled samurai, vile beasts, and demons known as the yokai.

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